Expecting A Baby? Visit A Dentist!!


Pregnancy is a very special time in a woman’s life and care should be taken to make it as healthy as possible. If one is preparing for pregnancy or has already conceived, our goal is to provide a healthy disease free mouth, ensuring a healthy mother and baby. Planning Stage If you are in the pregnancy planning stages, now is the time to visit your dentist. An oral check-up and a thorough cleaning is a must. Any cavities and X-rays that need to be taken should be done at this stage. No Silver Amalgam (Containing Mercury) are to be done. The “amalgam fillings” contain mercury, which could cause toxic effects; hence the removal is done either before pregnancy or after. Any teeth to be extracted or any impacted teeth like the ‘wisdom teeth–molars’ should be attended to at this stage. Mouth should be bought to ‘Free From Infection’ phase at this stage. During Pregnancy There is a belief that the teeth get harmed during pregnancy. This is not entirely true but the gums are more susceptible to infections during pregnancy. This is due to the increased hormone levels in a women’s body during the entire period of pregnancy. General belief […]

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Top Oral Hygiene Hacks To Tackle Bad Breath & Gum Disease


Your teeth and gums are your most prized possessions because they not only play a crucial role in improving your appearance but are equally important for chewing food. Following an effective dental hygiene routine is utterly crucial for you if you want to prevent bad breath and keep oral complications such as cavities, gum disease and oral cancer at bay. Just because you have healthy teeth at present, it doesn’t mean they will stay in the same condition forever. Your negligence to maintain an efficacious oral hygiene routine will end up damaging your teeth and gums. If you are suffering from a dental problem, make sure that you seek right treatment for it before it’s too late. Simultaneously you should also figure out which is that pivotal aspect of your dental care routine that you are missing. Is it flossing? Well, if that’s true, then you need to inculcate a habit of flossing your teeth daily. So, if you want to improve your dental care routine to prevent oral complications. Here are some of the most important tips for you. #1. Clean Your Teeth, Gums, & Tongue One of the most crucial ways to improve your oral hygiene is to […]

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